Welcome to the WDTC

Wilton Democrats and the Wilton Democratic Town Committee are committed to action on behalf of Democratic candidates at the national, state local levels. We promote and support principles and programs that reflect our beliefs in inclusiveness, tolerance and fair treatment of all, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or station in life. We support responsible fiscal governance and forward-thinking environmental stewardship. We do all in our power to place Wiltonians with like-minded concerns in positions of authority in the Town. Join us!

WDTC meeting April 4, 7:30pm, Comstock Center

Please come to our monthly Democratic Town Committee meeting, which will be held at the Comstock Community Center at 180 School Road on April 4, at 7:30 p.m. All Democrats are welcome to attend. If you would like to receive emails on local Democratic activities please use the form in…

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Annual Spring Breakfast April 1, 2017 – Buy Tickets Online

Join us for our annual Spring Breakfast at Trackside, April 1, 2017 from 9 to 11 am.   We will present awards to: Virginia Benin – Lifetime Achievement Richard Creeth – Democrat of the Year Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Jocelyn M. Boryczka, Fairfield University Associate Professor of Politics…

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Greg Cava Phone Bank Saturday 2/18

On Tuesday February 28 Connecticut has an opportunity to win back the majority in the State Senate by ensuring Democratic candidate Greg Cava is elected to fill a vacancy. You can help by participating in a phone bank or going door to door. Cava’s team is pushing hard for a GET…

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Actions for the week of Feb 7

Senator Murphy has asked that all Democrats in the State focus on gaining control of the CT Senate On Tuesday February 28 Connecticut has an opportunity to win back the majority in the State Senate by ensuring Democratic candidate Greg Cava is elected to fill a vacancy. You can help…

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Sen. Murphy – What’s Next for Washington in 2017

Click through for a video of U.S. Senator Chris Murphy at a January 8 meeting at Burroughs Community Center in Bridgeport. He discussed what’s next for Washington now that Congress has reconvened for the first time since the November election and talks about the importance of staying involved in the political…

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